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17.—(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) to (4), a member is to hold office for a fixed period of four years from the date of his election or appointment.
(2) Paragraph (1) does not apply to any staff member who is the teacher in charge of a unit, who may hold office for as long as he is the teacher in charge.
(3) The instrument of government may specify a shorter term of office for a particular category of member, being not less than one year.
(4) This regulation does not prevent a member from—
(a)being elected or appointed for a further term, except as otherwise provided in these regulations;
(b)resigning his office in accordance with regulation 18(1);
(c)being removed from office in accordance with regulation 19; or
(d)being disqualified, by virtue of any provision of these Regulations, from holding or continuing to hold office.
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